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. it is five yards short. steve doocy here. >> brian: it makes me think of steve . it is so easy. favorite. favorite child. >> steve: favorite child and lawyer . >> "fox and friends" starts right now. >> gretchen: really. good morning, everyone. today is wednesday, you made it to the middle of the week. i am gretchen carlson, thanks for sharing your time. the president comes out strong for free speech. >> as president of our country and commander-in-chief of our military i accept that people will call me awful things every day. and i will always defend their right to do so. >> gretchen: because he has to deal with it. we'll explain. >> steve: new outrage over the attacks in the middle east. the white house blames the movie. but this time powerful members of congress are fighting back. we'll tell you who. >> brian: a bad call in seattle. what kind of call that got them fired from linger football? details on that . offers are rolling in and talks and commissioner is directly involved. "fox and friends", starts right now. ♪ "fox and friends". it is finally here. ahmadinejad gets to speak t
our shot there, steve, conservative radio show host. you have the visual disadvantage because you're skype. i'll let you start off first here. let me play what paul ryan, completely opposite of what chris christie said this sunday. his assessment of the debates. let's play ryan, please. >> i don't think one event is going to make or break this campaign. look, president obama's a very -- he's a very gifted speaker. this is mitt's first time on this kind of a stage. >> it's no secret, steve, you are conservative republican. you are not a fan of mitt romney. is this a make or break moment for his campaign on wednesday? who's right? chris christie or congressman ryan? >> well, if my head is twice as big as everybody on the panel does that mean i'm twice as smart in that's the question. >> you have to take that up with them. >> i think that they're both right in a way. i don't think one singular event will testimony the outcome unless either barack obama or mitt romney says there's no soviet domination of eastern europe. i do think one singular event can be a catalyst for an eventual o
. did you say first time ever? >> the first time ever they're 4-0. >> you mean not even under steve ba bartkowski? >> here's the thing. nobody's going to take them seriously until january. it's going to be so much pressure when the playoffs come around because they haven't delivered under matt ryan. and they could. they could run the table. >> just for the record, you say they haven't delivered in january under matt ryan. they haven't delivered in january since 1966. >> they went to the super bowl in 1998. >> dirty birds. >> and then got killed by the broncos, went out all night partying. >> in fairness. in fairness. >> no, we've had a very sad, sad playoff group, but they looked good. >> they looked very good. and character builder. they had the ball at their own 1. they drove down, got the winning field goal. >> is there a worse team in football than the dolphins? >> the browns. that's the thing. the raiders have gotten blown out a couple of times but they have a win over the steelers which no one can figure out. >> why can't the dolphins turn it around? it's been a rough, rough stre
. steve centanni is live in washington with more on this. >> reporter: one is bob corker a member of the foreign relations committee saying the benghazi incident is more bizarre every day. he wrote a letter to the director of national intelligence. it says 18 days ago the administration judged it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. what has changed in libya such a short time that our f.b.i. agents, most elite personnel cannot safely enter the city? meantime, republicans kept up the drum beat on the administration's response and the president's foreign policy. >> the response was slow. it was confused, it was inconsistent. they first said that it was a youtube video and spontaneous mob. we now know it was a planned terrorist attack. in this was one tragic incident, that would be a tragedy in and of itself but the problem is bigger picture of the fact that the obama foreign policy is unraveling literally before our eyes on our tv screens. >> reporter: he said he would let others decide if the president was involved in a cover-up. meantime, obama advisors respond
led up to the death of ambassador chris stevens, two navy seals and a worker. and steve centanni, what's the latest in washington. >> the fbi has yet to enter benghazi because of the dangerous security climate there. senator corker who sits on the foreign relations committee wants to know why, and he fired off a letter to intel chief james clapper, calling the situation bizarre and demanding answers and says in part, 18 days ago, the administration judged it was appropriate for our consulate to be lightly guarded. and what has changed in libya in such a short time. is that even fbi agents and our personnel entered the city. and the u.n. ambassador susan rice who has said a few days after the attack, that it appeared to be a spontaneous uprising and the long video. >> and we have reports now that intelligence people knew within 24 hours that this was a terrorist attack and yet, they sent her out, to say things that were absolutely false and continued to do so. and then, as mccain says the violence in lib rah clicks, with the story and al-qaeda diminished. >> for its part. the administra
's extremely difficult if not impossible for anyone to win statewide -- >> guest: steve, i disagree with that analysis. abraham lincoln was a third party in 1860. in 1856, you had the democratic party and the wig -- and abraham lincoln wasn't on the ballot in a number of states, particularly in the south, yet he won the election. he didn't win a majority of the popular vote, he won the majority of the electoral vote and in 1832, i would submit that there were two parties there and it was henry clay and andrew jackson and jackson won the overwhelming popular vote. back in 1824, there was certainly several different parties running and then, of course, john quincy adams won that race and that was -- you had at least three, maybe four, parties then. host: but even -- >> guest guest the electoral votes. host: but even if you take it to more recent campaigns, 1968, the caller referring to george wallace did get 46 electoral votes but didn't get close to winning the presidency, ross perot, '92 and '96, getting nearly 20 percent of the vote in '92 but not one electoral vote. guest: he got
'm on the ballot, will be on the ballot in all 50 states. steve, right now we're on the ballot in 47 states and the district of columbia. we're litigated in the other three. so although there are other third-party candidates running this cycle, none of them are going to come close to what i just said. that said, um, where's the difference between the two? i'm going to argue that we should not bomb iran, that we should get out of afghanistan tomorrow, bring the troops home, that marriage equality is a constitutionally-guaranteed right. let's end the drug war, let's legalize marijuana now. i would have never signed the national defense authorization act allowing for you and i as u.s. citizens to be arrested and detained without being charged. i think that's why we've fought wars. i would have never signed the patriot act. i think the homeland security's incredibly redundant. tsa should not be the federal government, it should be airports, airlines, states, knew mispalties -- municipalities. balance the federal budget now. i think we all recognize that what we're doing is not sustainable. i th
't find out i hosted the charlie sheen roast." hugh jackman hosted in 2009, alec baldwin and steve martin in 2010. they tried to go young in 2011 with james franco and anne hathaway. and earlier this year, back to classics, billy crystal hosting for the ninth time. speaking of oscar hosts, two-time host, jon stewart, sat down last night on "the daily show" with former california governor arnold schwarzenegger. arnold making the rounds promoting "total recall," contains less than flattering details about his personal life including revelations about that affair with his former housekeeper. jon stewart tried to get into that subject by referring to arnold's acting career. >> so listen. so you obviously, you know, we've got to get the elephant out of the room. obviously what everybody's thinking about when they look at this is, what were you thinking with "jingle all the way"? i mean, seriously. just dreadful. just dreadful. did anybody ever say to you, like your family, don't do this, dude. don't, don't. >> i think that my kids have a hard time with that. >> sure. >> you know, look. this wa
to these issues? potentially. you know, steve, i view this as a victory every single day. there are so many people -- i think i speak on behalf of the majority of americans. i think they consider themselves fiscally responsible and socially respecting. reachingacc -- socially accepting. i am in that broad brush category myself. how does that equate to all the issues that we face today? i do not think either party -- i don't think democrats are good on civil liberties. i don't think republicans are good at dollars and cents. when it comes to civil liberties and being republican, it is not happening at all. host: you might remember john anderson won 6.6% of the national vote. ralph nader has won several times. you have been called the original tea party candidate. i want to play a little bit of tape with ross perot. we will show this interview tonight at 9:00 p.m. he reflects on the tea party movement. let's take a listen. [video clip] >> i'm wondering what your thoughts were with the tea party revolution. >> it was interesting to see that happen. i think it had managed in impact, don't you? it is n
is finally getting a second shot even if for just one night. steve harrigan is live outside the miami marlins' ballpark. steve? >> reporter: gregg, a remarkable comeback story we're likely to see unfold tonight. seven years ago adam greenberg was a 24-year-old outfielder for the cubs. on the first pitch of his first major league at bat he was struck by a fast ball traveling at 92 miles an hour. he was hit just under the helmet in the back of the head. here's how adam described that plow. >> turned to get out of the way, but unfortunately, i didn't get out of the way enough, and it caught right up under my helmet, so it made direct contact with my skull, and i felt like my head split open. grabbed my head immediately, i thought i was holding it together because it really felt like it submit, and i was just -- split, and i was just pretty scared. >> reporter: for some time after that, adam suffered double vision, he was sent down to the minors and struggled there for some time in the minor leagues. now tonight he gets his shot back with the miami marlins. he signed a one-day contract, and reall
and a food guy in this day and age to do that? >> i'm no steve jobs but thank you for your exaggeration. first you need to under your job as a chef is singularly to make people happy. that's it. so if you're one of those guys who think my job is to make me happy, you're in the wrong business. you should be a painter, you should be in a studio like this in some undeveloped area and paint all day long and if somebody buys your art great, if somebody doesn't that's fine too. we make food for people. this is a service for people who need on a daily basis. >> you can have this dish with anybody who would you have with it? >> anybody? what's wrong with who i have it now. >> we love that answer. >> we never get that answer. >> i would love for my grandmother to be here so i could show what i've learned what to do. after listening to lady gaga story she should be here to try these meat balls. she would love them. good old-fashioned italian food. >> great meat balls. everybody should love these meat balls. we would love it if you would sign our dish. while you're doing that i want people to know
virtuoso. steve martin sent you a tweet. congratulations, chris thile for winning a macarthur. >> that's amazing. >> why the mandolin for you? >> when i was 2 years old, i saw a fellow playing a mandolin in a pizza place. it was small and high pitched and so was i. and i loved the rhythmic precision. it is a string instrument that has a lot of responsibility in a string band. >> listen. >> sell it. sell it. >> yeah. yeah. will it change your life? >> yeah, i mean, it is sort of like someone cutting the leash around your ankle. it gives you an enormous amount of time and room. it is like finding an extra room in your apartment. i need that insurance. >> what will it do? >> it will give me the opportunity to say no a little bit more often. i can sit on my couch and play and think and write. >> congratulations. thank you for joining us. >>> this special teenager expects no special treatment. we will meet the one-legged soccer player who has gotten national attention. that is next on "cbs this morning." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ♪ ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> a massachusetts soccer player has scor
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